Mark just asked me how can he delete more than 6000 spam comments he received on his blog during his holidays.
Which blogger doesn’t use feedburner? Sure, feedburner is a very nice service, allowing you to know how many people suscribed to your rss feeds. The only problem is that you must edit your theme files to manually change the rss url. Happilly, there’s a nice hack, using .htaccess, which will make you save a lot of time!
Some themes requires that you fill a form field with a category ID. It may be easy to find a category ID if you’re an advanced WordPres user, but what about beginners? Here’s a very simple manner to find any category ID.
Ah, curly quotes. They look nice, but they’re also such a pain if you display code on your blog, or copy/paste it from another blog. Here’s a very simple recipe that I urge you to use if you display code on your blog. Your readers will say thanks you!
Most blogs displays comments from the older to the younger. I have seen many bloggers who asked how to reverse the comment list order, so here’s a recipe.
That’s super easy: We only need the array_reverse() php function.
The title says it all 🙂 I wish you welcome on my new blog. Here’s a short introduction of what you’ll find here.
Wouldn’t it be nice if you were able to mark a comment as spam, or even delete it, from your blog, without visiting your WordPress dashboard? If you’re interested, read on, you’ll probably not regret it 😉